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WE KNOW iT IS EARLY
May 14, 15,
Spring Oxfords are now in stock. Why
select just the right width and size now.
can come in and get them later when
need them. You may not be able to get
: the size you require .i you wait until the
son opens. A word to the wise is sufi-
nt. Experience teaches. Come in and
tle New English Lasts. We have not
wn them in our window as yet.
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iforest Lawn lea i Room
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OF OLD STANDING
Michigan's trouble with the western
conference commenced back in 1905-06,
when as a result of the so-called "An-
gell Conference," 11 rules were pass-
ed, all of which w era not approved by
the Wolverines. Most important
among these were (1) the limiting of
football schedules to five games; (2)
fresh and scrubs to play no outside
games; (3) not -more than 50 non-bru
tality rules; (6) no pre-season train-
ing; (7) no games; (4) not more than
50 cents to be charged for seats; (5)
no training table; (6) no pre-season
training; (7) no games after the sec-
ond Saturday before Thanksgiving; (8)
coach to be a faculty man; (9) three
year eligibility rule.
Michigan objected to the retroactive
working of the three year rule, the
limitation on games, and the abolition
of the training table, and, following
the abolition of the old board in con-
trol and the establishment of a new
board, Michigan quit scheduling gam-
es with the conference colleges, al-
though no official withdrawal .was ef-
fected. The latter step was taken in
February, 1908, in anticipation of the
operation of the newly-passed White
resolution, a Conference ruling which
would have had the effect of making
Michigan withdraw unless she took up
her old relations.
Since that time, the former difficul-
ties have dwindled to the questions of
faculty control and the maintenance
of the training table. and the action
of Michigan's board marks the climax
of years of effort devoted to getting
Michigan back to western athletici
RETURN WILL NOT
If the action of the board of control
yesterday becomes final and Michigan.
again enters the conference, the ques-
tion on many tongues is whether or
not it will effect Coach Yost. That is a
question that can be answered only
by the faculty, when they get control of
the athletic board, if the regents so de-
cree. The conference rules provide
that the coaches shall be selected by
the boards and shall be paid a nominal
sum, and of course this means boards
with faculty control.
So there is little worry at the pres-
ent time as to whether the football
wizard will return or not. Each year,
or whenever his contract has run out,
it has been decided by the board, and
doubtless this will continue. The nom-
inal sum clause will not affect the case
as Stagg of Chicago now receives a
larger salary, so conference schools
could not raise any objections. The
final decision will rest in the hands of
the board, with the only change being
that the faculty, if they present a unit-
ed front could dispense with his ser-
vices, and judging from his present
popularity this is not probable.
Pre-Festival Tickets may be
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$2.00 Sale begins Saturday,
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NOW ON SALE
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DECISIVE VICTORY MARKS
CLOSE OF INDOOR SEASON.
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a quarter mile in 52 2-5 seconds.
Though the captain strained a tendon
In his leg Thursday afternoon, and
was believed to be in unfit condition to
run the race, Trainer Farrell allowed
him to run, and "Hap" stood up under
the strain in fine shape. Baier ran a
good second. Cozzens, of Cornell, did
not participate in this as illness kept
him in Ithaca.
John Paul Jones reserved his entire
efforts for the mile run, and by so do-
ing he returns to Cornell bearing with
him the Waterman gymnasium track
record in the event. Jones lowered'
Hanavan's record of 4 minutes 21 2-5
seconds to 4 minutes 19 2-5 seconds.
He did not take the lead at the start
of the race, but when he finished he
was running easily and strongly, and
came in several yards ahead of Haim-
baugh. According to unofficial state-
ments, Haimbaugh also broke Hana-
van's record. At any rate he ran a
magnificent race against the Cornell
Sargent won the high jump as was
predicted, but Brodt gave him a good
run for his money, and made the com-
petition interesting. The pole vault
also brought out no little excitement,
owing to the game struggle of Daskam
and Cook to place against the three
Cornell entrants. Van Kennen finally
won, and Daskam tied with Milton1
and Clark for second. Ineligibility kept
Fritz, Cornell's star, from competing.
The relay race which wound up the
evening's entertainment was won by
Michigan in easy fashion. White,
Bond, Baler and Seward ran well for
the Maize and Blue and defeated the
Cornell quartet composed of Whinery,
Reller, Castenada and Snyder, in a
Final score-Michigan 43 1-3; Cor-
nell 28 2-3.
Shot Put-Kohler (M) first, distance
47 feet 5 1-2 inches; Kanzler (C) sec-
ond, 43 feet 9 inches; McCutcheon (C)
third, 42 feet 8 inches.
35 Yard Dash-Seard (M) Lapsley
(M) Reller (C) and Whinery (C) qual-
ified. Finals-Seward (M) first, Laps-
ley (M) secondsWhinery (C) third.
ITime 4 14' seconds.
40 Yard High Hurdles-Craig (M)
McNabb (M) Greene (M) and'Whinery
(C) qualified. Finals-Craig (M) first,
Whinery (C) second, McNabb (M)
third. Time 5 3-5 seconds.
440 Yard Dash-Haff (M) first, Baier
(M) second, Spates (C) third. Time
52 1-5 seconds.
880 Yard Run-Brown (M) first,
Speiden (C) second, Jansen (M) third.
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Time 2 minutes 2 seconds.
Mile Run-Jones (C) first, Haim-
baugh (M) second, Finch (C) third.
Time 4 minutes 19 2-5 seconds.
Pole Vault-Van Kennen (C) first,
Daskam (M) Milton (C) and Clark (C)
tied for second. Height 11 feet 3 inch-
High Jump-Sargent (M)first, Brodt
(C) second, White (M) third. Height
6 feet 3 inches. (Allowing for mat,
height 6 feet 1-2 inch.)
,Eight Lap Relay-Michigan, C. S.
White, Bond, Baier, and Seward run-
ning, defeated Cornell, Whniery, Rel-
ler, Castenada and Snyder running.
Time 1 minute 55 2-5 seconds.
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Honorary Graduate, War Veteran, Dies
Gen. J. H. Kidd, hon.'10, Civil war
veteran, died recently at his home at
Ionia, after an illness of two months,
following a slight stroke of apoplexy.
He was graduated from the
Ypsilanti. Normal College in
1860, and then attended the
university for two years until he
entered the service of the Union in
1862, being a member of the Tappan
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